The very first custom Porsche 911 Turbo made in the USA by Japan's RAUH-Welt Begriff (RWB, for short) is now up for sale for a cool $219,888.
RWB's founder and chief customizer Akira Nakai created the car, dubbed the Pandora One, in "Mignonette Green" all the way back in 1990 and it has since been featured at many prestigious events such as SEMA and Rennsport Reunion.
Nakai's custom jobs don't always sit well with purists, in part because they tend to look nothing like the original cars, but they're loud, wild and completely over the top. This one, which was crafted to look like the iconic Porsche 930, is no different — it has gigantic wheel arches, a towering spoiler, and a massive intercooler keeping the temperature of the turbocharged 3.6-litre flat-six engine in check.
As you’d expect, the list of modifications it features is huge, ranging from 356 components to ground control-adjustable top hats. Check out the car above and below, and head over to Hemmings.com to see the full listing.
In other car news, Fisker has unveiled its new all-electric EMotion luxury sports sedan.